Our second and third LEGO Vic Vipers of the day come from NoVVember co-creator Peter Morris. Here’s his SC-5 Ramius, with gorgeous dark blue and orange highlights almost reminiscent of the color scheme from Ice Planet 2002: And a very different ZR-15A Widowmaker: I wonder if the creators of Gradius back in 1985 ever imagined Continue reading →
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For his contribution to NoVVember, Shannon Ocean takes his inspiration from the natural world. Specifically, Shannon’s Goliath heavy transport was inspired by the enormous Goliath beetles of Africa:
McZargald of CATpit construction has posted a couple of really great Vic Viper fighters for NoVVember. The stripey one above is called Moorish Idol after a fish. It doesn’t have the traditional pronged front of a Vic Viper, but I think it’s way cool. Crusade is equally stripey, with nicely sloped jet intakes:
Tyler Clites (Legohaulic) joins the Vic Viper “NoVVember” fun with his Rusty Saber: The cockpit has an arthropod-like look to it, and it’s definitely my favorite part.
Two-pronged starfighters are my favorite sort. NoVVember is already off to a good start with lots of great entries in the Vic Viper pool. Let’s get this roundup started with Ronin VV by Fredo Houben (Fredoichi): I can’t stop staring at the nose on Kuzma’s Mother, a chunky entry by Horace Cheng (Squinty Eyes): Lukas Continue reading →
Nnenn and Peter Morris present a challenge for those of you that love Gradius and LEGO, or who just like pointy two pronged starships. To quote them: Novvember is Vic Viper month! nnenn and peterlmorris invite you to try your hand at building a MOC based on the classic starfighter from the Gradius series of Continue reading →
Nnenn crafts a stunning Vic Viper. Particularly striking about this model is the color distinction and how nicely the blue outlines the ship. It’s a very difficult procedure and rarely attempted, but here it’s done beautifuly.